1. Rebecca E. Trolinger was born on 26 Dec 1887. She died on 27 Feb 1976.
2. John Henry Trolinger was born on 6 Apr 1855 in MO. He died on 12 Nov 1914 in MO. residing Black River, Reynolds, MO 1870 John Henry Trolinger and Tyldiann Mary Matilda Anderson were married on 13 Sep 1875 in Reynolds, County MO. Reynolds County MO Marriage Records
3. Tyldiann Mary Matilda Anderson was born on 3 Mar 1856. She died on 30 Aug 1917 in MO.
4. Samuel Trolinger was born in 1822 in Bedford County, TN. He died in 1865 in Shy Farm, Reynolds Co., MO. Burial: Trollinger Cemetery, Reynolds Co., MO. possibly the Samuel enlisted in Company M 5th MO Inf CSA, deserted Vicksburg Miss July 1863
5. Eliza Gallaher was born in 1823. residing Black River, Reynolds, MO 1870
8. Joseph Trolinger was born on 13 Mar 1796 in Rockingham Cty NC. He died after 1870 in Iron Cty MO. References: History of Reynolds County MO by James Bell. 1820, 1830, 1840, 1850 census Bedford County TN. 1860, 1870 Census, Iron County MO Joseph Trolinger and Susanna Plummer were married on 22 May 1816 in Rockingham Cty NC.
9. Susanna Plummer was born about 1798. She died after 1880. Donna Dawson, 35259 Elm St, Wayne MI 48184 for data on these lines, the Absolum line mainly
16. Adam Trolinger was born on 23 Oct 1765 in Rockingham Cty NC. He died on 7 Feb 1831 in Bedford County, TN. Family of Adam Trolinger 1765
Sources: Orange County, NC Reel #305929 LDS Library, Salt Lake City, UT. Book 11 p338, Book 12 p67 & p70. Michael Trolinger and others to Thos. Dixon 27 Mar 1804 Indenture between Michael Trolinger, John Trolinger and Henry Trolinger all of NC. Michael Trolinger from Rockingham Co., John from Guildford Co., and Henry of Orange Co., NC....for $1.00 to each of us (these are heirs of Adam Trolinger, decd). They grant unto Thos. Dickson land in Orange Co., NC, S. side Haw River-bound on W. by Thos. Ellis, S. by Henry Trolinger--land granted by state to Adam Trolinger. Signer: Michael, John X, Henry X, witnessed: Stewart Dickerson and Thos. Trollinger.
Michael and Jno. Trolinger to Henry Trolinger 27 Mar 1804 for $1 to each pd. sd. Michael and John heirs of Adam Trolinger. Henry Trolinger and others to Jno. Bason 6 Mar 1804 Indenture between Pevvy Server (?Sevier?), Mary Huggman, Barbara McKay and Jno. Trolinger of the state of Virginia and Henry Trolinger of Orange Co, NC for $500 land S. side of Haw River....Tract purchased by Adam Trolinger from Lord Granville and conveyed by sd. Adam Trolinger to Henry Trolinger, decd. Henry Drolinger's line. Singed Barbara X McCay, Phebe, Mary, Jno. and Henry
Trolinger, Margaret Server and Mary Huffman.
Adam Trolinger's psalm book has his death and birth dates along with his marriage. His children's births are also recorded in it.
Thanks to Wanda Tackett, 25591 Kimberlina Rd, Wasco, CA 93280 for a ton of data on these lines. Adam Trolinger and Alafair Wright were married on 15 Feb 1790.
17. Alafair Wright was born on 10 Jan 1768 in Maryland. She died after 1854 in Bedford County, TN.
32. Michael Drollinger was born about 1740 in PA (?). He died after 1804 in Rockingham Cty NC (?). He is mentioned in the 1803 Orange county multiple grantor deeds as an heir of Adam. So I place him as a son of Adam mainly for this reason.
Michael Trolenger (Trollener, Trollender) son of Adam Drollinger 1708
Source: Public land grant records of Anson county, NC.; Census records of Rockingham County, Salisbury District, NC, 1790 & 1800;
Old records show a variety of ways in which Michael Trolenger spelled his name, as shown in parenthesis. This great variation probably was due to his broken German accent or lack of knowledge of the English language, at the time when these records were prepared by the Colonial officials of his neighborhood. the records of Guilford County, North
Carolina, show that a grant of 200 acres of land on the waters of Jacobs Creek was issued to him 14 October 1783, His application was entered for this land 17 May 1779 (Grant #783, Bk. 34, P. 61). The U. S. Census Records of Rockingham County, Salisbury District, North Carolina, for 1800, show Michael Trolenger, age 45 and up, as the head of a family in
which were: 1 female, 45 and up (evidently his wife; 2 males, aged 16 and 26; 1 male, under 10; 3 females, aged 16 to 26; 1 female, under 10. Old census records of Rockingham County for 1790 show Michael Trollender as the head of a family in which there were ___ males and ___ females. Near him in the 1800 records are Samuel Trolinger, aged 26 to 45, and his wife, aged 16 to 26, with one child under 10; and Adam Trolinger, aged 26 to 45 and his wife, 26 to 45, with four children, all under 10. Samuel and Adam are next to each other on the list. Their location on the records and the presence of the name "Adam" seems to link thesre families to Adam Trolinger, the emigrant. Michael's children are believed to be Adam, Samuel, Thomas, and others shown above.
33. Unknown was born UNKNOWN. She died UNKNOWN.
64. Adam Drollinger was born on 4 Apr 1708 in Ellmendingen, Baden, Germany. He died in 1803 in Guilford Cty NC. Most sources say Adam was in Haw River as early as 1745. There are three sources that place Adam in Pennsylvania as late as 1750. Published archives of PA, 3rd series volume XXIV page 122 Warrantees of Land, Adam Drollinger 100 acres 11 March 1746; page 170 Throllinger Adam 50 acres 23 April 1746. Bucks County Pennsylvania court records, 12 April 1750 Oath of Allegiance Adam Drollinger. This oath is referred to as a Quaker Baptism possibly as it is mentioned in Guisuippi's Quaker Records.
Some thing that is missed is the fact that Adam's father, Hans Michael, also came over to the new world. He is listed in "Auswanderungen aus Baden und dem Breisgau" Konrad Theiss Verlag, Stuttgart and Aalen 1980 by Werner Hacker. Hacker #1710 Hans Michael Drollinger of Ellmendingen, with wife and children, wants to go to his son, Adam, in Pennsylvania, who emigrated 1738 and has asked to join him; Hans Michael was released in 1740 with 8 other parties, 47 persons, but stayed for a while to sell his property. He leaves for Pennsylvania with his wife and 1 son 1743. Ship Rosanna, James Reason, Master, from Rotterdam 26 Sep 1743... Hance Michel Droliner... Gabriel Drollinger.
Adam's age on arrival in Philadelphia 20 September 1738 is given as 30 which is consistant with his birth record in the Ellmendingen Church Books. The dates on the monument in the Trollinger Cemetery in Haw River are more consistant with Hans Michael. The land grant to Adam, entered 13 May 1778, issued 13 March 1780, entry number 11 and his listing on tax lists 1780 - 81 make his death in 1776 unlikely. I place it in 1803 because of the multiple grantor deeds listing his heirs.
Orange County Records, volume 1, Trolinger, Adam Warrant 18 Aug 1761 700 acres on south side of Haw River, includes plantation he now lives on. Surveyed 16 Sep 1761, deed 6 Dec 1761.
Abstracts of the minutes of the court of pleas and quarter sessions of Orange County in the Province of North Carolina September 1752 through August 1766. Court of March 1757 ... Adam Trollinger appointed Overseer of Road from Haw River to the Great Alamance. Court of September 1757 ... Deed from Adam Trollinger to Jacob Mason, 1 acre in Corbintown. Court of May 1765 ... Mary Henson (aged 5 years) daughter of Benjamin Henson, bound to Adam Trollinger until she is 18 years of age.
Land Deeds Orange County NC
Trollinger, Jacob Henry Survey, 6 Dec 1756, 160 acres on west side of Haw River & both sides of the New Trading Path; Stophel Head, George Trout SCC
Jacob Henry Trollinger 18 Aug 1759 160 acres in Orange county in the Parish of St Mathew on the west side of Haw River and on both sides of the New Trading Path, joining the said river.
Trolinger Adam Warrant 18 Aug 1761, 700 acres on south side Haw River, includes plantation he nows lives on, surveyed 16 Sep 1761, Deed 6 Dec 1761
Mar 1760 Orange County Court Minutes Ordered that Michael Trollinger have Liberty to keep Public Ferry near the pine ford over the Haw River on his making a Good and Sufficient road thereto at his own proper cost and likewise giving Alexander Mebane and Adam Trollinger or any other two freeholders in this County Security's for the performance thereof. (Father of Adam?)
• Court Minutes Orange County
March 1757 Adam Trollinger appointed Overseer of Road from Haw River to the Great Alamance.
Sep 1757 Deed from Adam Trollinger to Jacob Mason, 1 acre in Corbintown
May 1765 Mary Henson (aged 5 years) daughter of Benjamin Henson, bound to Adam Trollinger, until she is 18 years of age.
Henry Trollinger's Grist Mill on the upper Ford of Haw River to be a Public Mill.
• Orange County State Land Grants
entered 13 May 1778, issued 13 Mar 1780, entry number 11, Adam Trollinger, 250 acres, bounded on the E & S by Henry Trollinger, beginning at a Hickory on the bank of Haw River Henry Trollinger corner then along his line S 75 Ch to a Post Oak thence E 38 Chains to a Shugar on the Haw River then down the meander of the river 20 Chains to Red Oak thence W 65 Ch & 50 Links to a BJ thence N 93 Ch to a White Oak & Post Oak thence E to the first station, surveyed 20 Mar 1779 by Thomas Taylor, John Huffman & John Elmore SCC
entered 20 Dec 1779, issued 9 Nov 1784, entry no 1147, John Trolanger (Drolanger) entered for 100 acres, issued for 93 acres, beginning upon a Stone Thomas Sharp Corner thence 30 Ch Ch to a Hickory then E 15 Ch to P oak then S 12 & a half Ch to B Jack then W 33 Ch to the County line on P Oak then County line N 42 & a half Ch to Stake thence E 18 & a half chains to the beginning, surveyed 10 Jul 1782 by Benjamin Rainey DS, Wm Phillips & Wm Gant SCC. On the branches of Haw River adjoining Guilford County line and the land of Thomas Sharp. On the waters of Travises Creek of Haw river.
Oct. 31. The road was miserable, but we made 26 miles, crossed the Haw River,
and camped near Drollinger’s. He was not at home when we arrived but returned
late, somewhat intoxicated. He made a great stir when he saw that a fire had been built on his land, but when he learned who we were he excused himself, he was ashamed that he had drunk so much, we should not think ill of him, we were
heartily welcome, he was a poor fellow who could not help himself, but he was at
our service. He soon went to his house, and we were well content. We nearly had a serious misfortune today, for fire was discovered in the beds in the Sisters’ tent.
Fortunately it was found in time and extinguished. As the Brethren slept by the fire at night a burning log rolled toward them, but they were waked in time.
Nov. 1. Drollinger attended our morning prayers, and gave our drivers some hay,
and went with us to a road leading to a mill. He was much ashamed of last night, and wished that we could spend the day with him so that he might kill a cow, and share it with us as a peace offering. We felt sorry for the poor man, for he seems to love the Brethren, and the Saviour will not let his willingness to serve us go unrewarded. After dinner Br. Sauter rode ahead to the Wachau; Br. Christian Henrich gave him a letter to the Brethren there announcing our approach. We had a fairly good night, but toward day the wolves waked us with their not particularly agreeable howling. Our Graff joined in the concert, but when the wolves heard the new voice they suddenly stopped.
Source: Diary of the Little Pilgrim Congregation that on Oct. 2, 1755, left Bethlehem for the Wachau in North Carolina.
1779, Aug 11, - Deed recorded, Wast PA.
"I, Adam Trollinger, to me 95 pounds money of Penna. paid by Nicholas Gower,
Salisburg, Northampton Co., land situated on Tetamy Creek - adjoining the
lands of John Lefevrr. 100 acres (more or less). Signed in presence of
Jacob Weif (Weiss), and Joseph Wollnot, Northampton Co., 18th day of July 1779.
Sealed by Abraham Berlin.
**THIS LAND OF ADAM'S IS NOW IN SALISBURY TOWNSHIP, LEHIGH COUNTY, ALONG THE SACONY CREEK. LEHIGH, CREATED 1812. SALISBURY TODAY IS A SMALL TOWNSHIP ON THE SOUTH BORDER OF ALLENTOWN. IF YOU CAN FIND THE TOWN OF EMMAUS, LOCATED NEAR THE JOINTURE OF HIGHWAYS 309 (TO PHILADELPHIA) AND 78 (TO NJ) , SALISBURY IS JUST NORTH OF THIS. THE SAUCONY CREEK CAN BE SEEN ON DETAILED MAPS--IT HAD SOME FORGES LOCATED THERE IN THE 1700'S. THIS WOULD PUT ADAM JUST UP HIGHWAY 309 FROM WHERE EBERHARD IS BELIEVED TO HAVE LIVED--GO DOWN TO THE TELFORD/SOUDERTON AREA ABOUT 15-20 MILES. OUR JACOB IS FOUND WORKING AT THE HEREFORD FURNACE IN 1754--FROM EMMAUS TAKE RTE. 100 INTO THE NE TIP OF BERKS--ONLY ABOUT 10 MILES AWAY. INTERESTING. (Laree Trollinger)
Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s <http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=7486&enc=1>
about Adam Drullinger
Name: Adam Drullinger
Source Publication Code: 2564
Primary Immigrant: Drullinger, Adam
Annotation: Data derived from return-forms connected with the naturalization of foreign Protestants, papers that were sent from the Colonies to the Lords Commissioners for Trade and Plantations. Transcribed from two Entry Books, once the property of the Board of Trad
Source Bibliography: GIUSEPPI, MONTAGUE SPENCER, editor. Naturalizations of Foreign Protestants in the American and West Indian Colonies (Pursuant to Statute 13 George II, c.7). (Publications of the Huguenot Society of London, 1921, vol. 24.) Manchester [England]: The Huguenot Society of London, 1921. 196p. Reprinted by Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 1964. Repr. 1979.
Page: 44 Adam Drollinger and Margaretha Beck were married on 9 Jan 1730/31 in Ellmendingen, Baden, Germany.
65. Margaretha Beck was born on 10 Oct 1700 in Ellmendingen, Baden, Germany. She died after 1770 in Guilford Cty NC. 20 Sep 1738 landed at Philadelphia, Friendship passenger list.
128. Hans Michael Drollinger was born on 4 Aug 1677 in Ellmendingen, Baden, Germany. He died UNKNOWN in Colony of North Carolina. Auswanderungen aus dem Baden und Breisgau by Werner Hacker has in the notes under Wendel Schneider the following. "Wendel Schneider, cooper, of Ellmendingen and his daughter Margaretha. He went (1744) with his wife and children to Pennsylvania where his parents-in-law and both brothers-in-law have lived for some years." (re admitted 1747)
Further, Hans Michael Drollinger of Ellmendingen, with wife and children, wants to go to his son, Adam, in Pennsylvania, who emigrated 1738, and has asked him to join him; Hans Michael was released in 1740 with 8 other parties, 47 persons, but stayed for a while to sell his property. He leaves for Pennsylvania with his wife and 1 son 1743. Strassburger and Hinke Lists 100A 100C, the ship Rosanna, whose passengers qualified in Philadelphia 26 September 1743, Hance Michel Droliner.
IMMIGRANTS INTO PENNSYLVANIA: Volume 1
Name: Hance Michel Droliner,
Captain: JAMES REASON
Date: SEPT. 26, 1743
Orange County NC Court Minutes, 1752-1761 Book I... Ordered that Michael Trollinger have liberty to keep public ferry near the pine ford over the Haw River on his making a good and sufficient road there to at his own proper cost and likewise giving Alexander Mebane and Adam Trollinger or any other two freeholders in this county security's for the performance thereof. ...
"Emigrants from Baden and Wuertemburg in the eighteenth century" volume I Baden Durlach by Brigette Burkette also mentions Hans Michael. If the misleading gravestone in Trollinger Cemetery Haw River has any truth to it then he died at age 95. The dates on the stone ascribed to Adam fit his father Hans Michael who came to Philadelphia with Adam's brother Gabriel.
http://www.progenealogists.com/palproject/pa/1743ros.htm Hans Michael Drollinger and Eva Klemmer were married on 23 Nov 1700 in Ellmendingen, Baden, Germany.
129. Eva Klemmer was born on 22 Feb 1679/80 in Ober Niebelsbach Baden. She died UNKNOWN in USA.
130. Valintin Beck was born UNKNOWN. He died UNKNOWN.
131. FNU MNU was born.
Gordon Louis Drollinger
247 Jacks Run Road
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